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The ability for a user to purchase ownership of a Chat Channel and additional Moderation slots.
2000 RP - User can purchase Channel Operator for channel "Blarg".
750 RP - Users or Channel Operator in channel "Blarg" could purchase Moderation Slots for the Channel Operator to assign to users.
With the ability for a user to purchase Ownership it would allow for a user/website community to establish a channel that they could moderate with their own set of rules. Additional Moderation slots would be up to the Channel Operators preference.
Channel Opperator Commands
/Kick Function: Kicks the user from the channel for 60 seconds. Usage: /Kick %username% %message% Example: /Kick Versedian *Warning: Do type in all caps and do not use abusive language.* (Sidenote: Only the user that is kicked will see the message)
/Ban Function: Bans the users Summoner name and IP address indefinitely until the username is unbanned. Usage: /Ban %username% %message% Example: /Ban Versedian *You did not follow the channel rules after being warned by a kick.* (Sidenote: IP will not be visible to Channel Owners/Mods and to unban the users IP you simply have to unban the username that was banned.)
/Unban Function: Unbans the Username and IP associated with the first ban. Usage: /Unban %username% Example: /unban Versedian
/Mod Function: Allows the Channel Operator to assign a moderation Slot to a user. Usage: /Mod %username%
/Unmod: Function: Allows the Channel Operator to remove the Moderation abilities from a user. Usage: /Unmod %username%
/Mods Function: allows the Channel Operator to see the ammount of Moderation Slots and the Moderators assigned to them. Usage: /Mods Display Text after /Mods is entered into Chat:
"Available slots: 3" "Used slots: 2" "Moderator List." 1). User 1 2). User 2 3). Unused
/MinLevel Function: Allows the Channel Operator to set a minimum level. Usage: /MinLevel %level% Example: /MinLevel 10 (sidenote) Would prevent Proxy Bots making multiple level 1 accounts to spam channels and would prevent those with Dynamic IP Addresses from flooding with sub-accounts if their main account got banned.
/AfkTimer Function: Would allow the owner to set a time limit for players to remain afk in the chat room. (Based on last message in the room not PC idle) Usage: /AfkTimer %seconds% Example: /AfkTimer 300 The Example would apply a 5 minute since last text in chat room afk auto-kick with an auto-message of (Auto-AFK Was Enabled in %channel name% for %seconds%.) Sidenote: Would not apply the 60 second restriction that /kick does.
Feel free to discuss your opinion (good or bad) and comment on which commands you like/dislike or ones you feel would be a good addition to the list. Also post potential flaws that would happen in real world situations; I.e. ways to circumvent MinLevel/Ban to spam a room.
I'm interested in seeing what the community thinks about this.